Peanut Chicken Wrap Recipe (2024)

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These easy, chicken wraps with peanut sauce are such an simple and healthy lunch recipe, but they’re delicious any time of day. Soft flour tortillas are filled with seasoned chicken, crunchy coleslaw and peanuts with a slightly spicy, homemade sauce. Feel free to swap store bought sauce to make them even easier.Makes 6 chicken wraps.

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Why I love these peanut chicken wraps

A few years ago, I was working at this restaurant in Green Bay and they added these amazing peanut chicken wraps to their menu. They had a delicious peanut-y sauce that was just spicy enough to burn a little. And they’re loaded with cilantro, which means I automatically love them.

I ate them everyday for lunch when I worked and I would sometimes get one to go before I left at night. It turns out that they don’t even have it on their menu anymore anyway, but, thankfully,they’re super easy to make at home so I can have them whenever I want now.

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Here’s what you’ll need to make this chicken wrap recipe:

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How to make chicken wraps with peanut sauce

Make the peanut sauce. This step is optional. I’ve had fantastic results with store bought peanut sauce, so I would recommend this just as much as I would a homemade sauce. If you want it, my go-to peanut sauce is listed in the recipe card below.

Cook the chicken breast. Cook the chicken however you want. You can bake it, sauté it, grill it, or ever buy cooked chicken from the store. Do whatever makes you happy.

I like to pound my chicken breast to about 1″ inch thickness and season them with salt, pepper and granulated garlic. Then I cook them in a frying pan with a tiny bit of oil.

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Mix the coleslaw. Mix the shredded cabbage, carrots, cilantro and peanut in a large bowl. Mix it with the peanut sauce (add 2 – 3 tablespoons of water if you’re using store bought sauce, just to thin in a bit).

Assemble your wraps. Fill each tortilla with equal amounts of chicken and coleslaw mixture. Fold in sides and roll to create a wrap, and cut in half before serving. If you need to, secure the wraps with toothpicks to keep them together.

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Tips for making chicken wraps with peanut sauce:

  • If you want to prepare this chicken wrap recipe ahead of time, hold of on assembling until ready to serve to keep the tortillas from getting soggy.
  • To make this recipe gluten free, swap tamari sauce for the soy sauce and use gluten free tortilla warps.
  • If you don’t like cilantro, you can easily leave it out or replace with fresh chives or green onion.
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Complete the meal:

  • Ginger salad dressing
  • Strawberry sangria
  • Miso brussels sprouts
  • Spicy cucumber salad

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  • Chicken tortilla soup
  • Chicken and broccoli
  • Spicy chicken sliders
  • Coconut chicken
  • Pecan crusted chicken
  • Ground chicken tacos
  • Baked chicken kabobs

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These easy, peanut chicken wraps are a simple and healthy lunch recipe, but they’re delicious any time of day. Soft flour tortillas are filled with seasoned chicken, crunchy coleslaw and peanuts with a slightly spicy, homemade sauce.

  • Author: Melissa Belanger
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 6 wraps 1x

Ingredients

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For the chicken wraps:

  • 3 cups coleslaw mix
  • 1 cup shredded carrots
  • 1/3 cup roasted peanuts
  • 1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro
  • 2 cooked chicken breasts, chopped or sliced
  • 6 large tortillas

For the peanut sauce:*

  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/4 cup olive oil (or vegetable oil)
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter
  • 3 tablespoons unseasoned rice vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 teaspoon sesame oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/41/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
  • 1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger
  • 1 large garlic clove, minced

Instructions

  1. In a medium bowl, whisk together the peanut sauce ingredients.
  2. In another bowl, add the cabbage, carrots, cilantro, and peanuts. Pour the sauce over the mixture and stir. Let this sit while you prepare the tortillas and chicken.
  3. Heat up the tortillas for about 10 seconds in the microwave to make them easier to work with.
  4. Divide the chicken and coleslaw between each tortilla
  5. Roll tightly, securing with toothpicks if necessary.

Notes

Store bought peanut sauce may also be used.

  • Category: Sandwiches
  • Method: Wrapping
  • Cuisine: Asian

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1 wrap
  • Calories: 540
  • Sugar: 20.9 g
  • Sodium: 1314.9 mg
  • Fat: 26.9 g
  • Saturated Fat: 4.9 g
  • Carbohydrates: 45.1 g
  • Fiber: 7.5 g
  • Protein: 32.2 g
  • Cholesterol: 62.1 mg

Recipe inspired by Once Upon A Chef.

Published: April 11, 2019. Updated: April 2, 2022.

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Melissa Belanger

Melissa Belanger is the founder and food-obsessed visionary behind Simply Whisked, where she creates dairy free recipes with simple ingredients. She lives in Wisconsin with her milk-allergic husband and two kids. Melissa's experience in developing dairy free recipes is unparalleled and she strives to make dairy-free living accessible and enjoyable. In addition to running Simply Whisked, Melissa also manages two other publications: Another co*cktail Blog, a co*cktail recipe website, and The Pasta Twins, a joint venture with her twin sister.

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  1. So delicious, thank you!

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    1. I am so making this for Súper bowl! Great options avocado, cucumber and or mandarin orange! Wow. I may have to make it sooner, I love the salad idea!

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    2. It doesn’t say what you do with the chicken…

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      1. Yes. It says to divide the chicken between the tortillas, but I also mention in the post how I like to cook the chicken best. You can also use leftover or rotisserie chicken.

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  11. Loved this recipe! Made the peanut sauce. Only change I did was to use a bag of broccoli slaw instead of cabbage and carrots. Tastes just like a restaurant wrap. Will make again!

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    1. I made the peanut sauce and fell in love. I didn’t want to eat tortilla so I jus use grilled chicken with spinach, cabbage (coleslaw mix) and honey roasted peanuts with this dressing. I’m craving lunch everyday now. Thank you!

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  14. How much of the store bought peanut sauce should you Use?

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    1. The recipe makes about 1 cup of sauce, so around that, but it’s really up to you and how much sauce you like!

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      1. Made homemade flour tortillas for this and the peanut sauce per the recipe provided it didn’t even take five minutes to make the sauce and it was so delicious! I love the subtle hint of heat from the ginger and red pepper flakes. Will definitely make again.

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  15. Definitely planning to make this. I don’t see your recommendation for a store bought peanut sauce — can you please share that?

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    1. Trader Joes has a great asian peanut dressing!

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      1. I used store bought peanut sauce. Recipe is easy and quick to put together. Definitely add the shredded carrots and peanuts. Delicious crunchy sandwiches

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      2. Update -Aug 2023 Trader Joes in Orange County CA discontinued their asian peanut dressing. So disappointed because it was delicious for store bought. I have yet to find another one as good.

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  16. What store bought brand peanut sauce
    do you use?

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    1. That’s a good question! I actually can’t remember. I’m sorry. Next time I buy some, I’ll be sure to make a note of it!

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  17. These were amazing! The first day I made a wrap and the second day I just ate it like a salad. Any chance you have the nutrition info on just the sauce? i’m doing weight watchers and I would love to know how many points this would be. The sauce was simply delish!

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  18. This recipe was delicious !

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  19. This was delicious and I made the sauce from scratch as you suggested. I also enjoyed eating it without the tortilla! Fantastic flavors!!Thank you! We will be making this one often.

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  20. How long will the mixture last in the refrigerator? I would like to use this for lunch so just curious how many lunches I could get in one week with one recipe. Thanks.

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    1. It should be ok for a day or two, but if you want it to last longer, add the peanut sauce to eat wrap before eating.

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  21. This recipe and the peanut sauce is to die for! Tastes exactly like what you would get at a restaurant. I highly recommend to anyone to put in the 5 minute effort to make the sauce in the recipe and don’t use store bought stuff.

    I modified a couple things…
    – I used crispy chicken strips instead because that’s all I had
    – I added cucumber and avocado for extra veg (VERY TASTY)
    – I didn’t have chili flakes, so I used cayenne pepper

    I made extra sauce, so now I can have this for lunch for the next couple days! I can’t wait to share this recipe with friends and family!

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  22. So easy yet so delicious. We all loved this recipe thank you so much. I’m coming back for more!

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  23. This was absolutely delicious! My husband and I agreed this would be a great meal to prepare in advance and take as part of a picnic lunch. (We live in CA and often head up to wine country or up the coast and find great spots to enjoy.) Thank you for sharing. This one’s a keeper!

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  24. Already made this recipe twice! It’s so easy and filling but healthy. I like to make up a big batch and have it for lunch throughout the week. I cut my own cabbage instead of pre-bagged and add mandarin oranges. The peanut sauce is delicious. When eating throughout the week I recommend not mixing in the dressing so it doesn’t get soggy. Instead I place the peanut sauce first then again once all the toppings are in before rolling. Thanks for the recipe!

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  25. Easy recipe to follow and delicious results. The peanut sauce is so good however that I suggest doubling the recipe.

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  26. Peanut sauce is 👌

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  27. Excellent!! adding it to my weekly meal rotation!!!

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    1. The peanut sauce was by far the best one I’ve ever made! Absolutely LOVED it!

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  28. This is my favorite “quarantine discovery” recipe. I used sriracha instead of red pepper flakes, and chilled shrimp instead of chicken. Homemade peanut sauce is tastier than store bought, and you can adjust the heat and sweetness to your own taste. Excellent recipe!

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  30. My husband is pretty picky and he loved this recipe. I have always love Thai style peanut sauce but haven’t found one good enough until know. This could quickly become a weekly staple that I douse on everything. So good. Thanks!

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  31. Whole family loved these!! Will make again. Easy and delicious. Make the sauce. Worth the time. Thanks for excellent recipe

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  32. I made this recipe today but made lettuce wraps instead – so delicious! My only other change was to omit the olive/vegetable oil from the peanut sauce. I added an extra splash of soy sauce and sesame oil instead, and didn’t miss the oil at all. And added a little garlic powder for a little extra savory flavor!

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  33. Made this for dinner. Absolutely delicious, and the peanut sauce was fabulous. Thank you.

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  34. This was a wonderful recipe. My whole family loved it. I added mandarin oranges to mix as well.

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  35. I am in such a rut when it comes to dinners….sadly my hubby just isn’t willing to try anything new if it doesn’t involve meat and potatos and frankly after 40 yrs I’m sick to death of meat and potatos! I came across this and decided he could have his usual but with my chicken I was going to give this a try. Since he wasn’t even willing to taste it – he actually screwed his nose up at the idea…I decided to only make a half batch of the sauce. I’m sooooo glad I broke the mold and tred this – its refreshing and healthy and different and it’s so freaking good! There is enough sauce leftover so I plan on using it as a bit of a sauce for a pasta veggie salad later in the week (another thing he refuses to eat lol). Thank you for such a good recipe – it was a treat for the tastebuds 🙂

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    1. Jade, are you married to my husband, lol, after 37 years of marriage he also won’t eat anything but meat and potatoes. During the quarantine I have discovered so many new recipes that I am making just for me, too bad cause these guys are missing out on delicious food! This was delicious!!!

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    2. Don’t cook for him anymore. He can make his own food.

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  36. Great summer menu/dinner you can make ahead of time. Full of flavor and easy. The peanut sauce is a 10+. It’s definitely a keeper, the only change I would make is thigh meat instead of breast not fond of breast meat, thighs capture all the flavor you got going on with recipe.

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  37. Do you think these wraps could be frozen? I’ve had success in freezing wraps before, just wondering how to go about thawing so they don’t get soggy.

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  38. Do you think these wraps could be frozen? I’ve had success in freezing wraps before, but not sure the best way to go about thawing these so they don’t get soggy.

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  39. As someone who will slop peanut sauce on almost anything, this is the best from scratch one I’ve tried! Delicious!! And thank gawd, because I doubled the recipe, and added more peanut butter. 😬 I used the broccoli slaw mix, and they are to die for. Will be making often. Thank you!!

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    1. Just made these with my 6 year old – super quick, super easy and super tasty 😊

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  40. Great wrap. However, I did cut the honey by a third.

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    1. The best peanut sauce recipe we have made so far …yes make it a double batch lol. Awesome wraps!!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  41. Absolutely delicious! I don’t often comment on recipes, but this was a hit with everyone! I used a vegetarian “chick’n” as a substitute, and loved it.

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  42. This looks so good! Do you use this peanut sauce for any other recipes?

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  43. I can’t begin to tell you how much I love this recipe. It is delicious, light, refreshing, so quick to whip up. The only downside is that it only makes one serving. 😉 (I notice you strategically listed the number of wraps, not the number of servings. 🤣)

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  44. These Asian Chicken Wraps were amazing! So yummy and also very easy to make. Added it to our recipe book to make again!!

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  45. My daughter is fructose intolerant and cannot have honey, but we usually substitute real maple syrup for honey. do you think this would work?

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    1. Yes! That would work perfectly!

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  46. Love the peanut sauce! The only thing I’m going to change next time is leave the raw garlic out the peanut sauce.

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  47. What if the store only has seasoned rice vinegar does that make a difference?

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    1. You might want to reduce the amount of sugar.

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  50. I’ve made this a few times now, it’s always a knockout! The sauce is ridiculously good!

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  51. Delicious and so easy! We made the sauce from scratch and sautéed some fresh chicken. Wrapped them up in small flour tortillas. So so good! I could eat these every day. Thank you!!!

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  53. Amazing recipe. The sauce is addictive perfection!

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  55. Simple but great! The peanut sauce is fantastic.

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  56. Do you happen to have the nutrition facts without the wrap included?

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    1. No I don’t. I’m sorry.

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  57. This was so easy and so good! To make it healthier, I used a lettuce wrap. I also used homemade almond butter, which is literally putting toasted almonds while a bit warm in a food processor. I used a cabbage/kale type mix for the filling and added carrots. And I skipped the peanuts. I would look forward to lunch all morning, because I couldn’t wait to eat it! Yum!! I am not talented in the kitchen, and it tastes like something u’d get in a restaurant!

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  58. Made this tonight for the first time. It was good but I thought it was a little bland, needed a little spice. I didn’t use the black pepper though. Maybe I’ll up the red pepper flakes or use a little chili garlic paste. I did make a few adjustments. I marinaded the chicken in teriyaki sauce overnight the night before. I used two pounds of chicken breast tenders that I cut up into bite size pieces and doubled everything else in the recipe. I also added some fresh mushrooms that I sautéed with the chicken. Before filling each wrap I put a little romaine lettuce down first. I noticed the cole slaw gets soggy so mix it into the sauce right before you are about to eat.

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    1. I don’t think it’s fair for you to say that you thought it was bland when you didn’t even really make this recipe.

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  59. This was SO GOOD! Everyone in the house loved it. My only wish was that it were lower in calorie. 648 cals per wrap is high. That’s nearly half my daily allowance! That being said I can’t wait to make it again.😝

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  61. These were delicious! The peanut sauce was a big hit with my family.

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  64. This is a great recipe. I us d to much peanut butter so my sauce was pretty thick but it still taste great. I’ll try it again for sure..I’ll just be sure to stick to the recipe next time.

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  66. WOW! This wrap has me excited for a leftover lunch wrap tomorrow! So easy and so so flavorful. LOVED IT

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  67. Oh my word! This recipe is absolutely deeelicious! I followed the recipe exactly as written except that I added in some diced red pepper. The leftovers on the second day we’re just as tasty as the first day. Wonderful, wonderful recipe!

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  68. I made this last night and my family, included my kids, loved it! I doubled the recipe so we’d have plenty for leftovers. I added some chopped kale into the coleslaw mix. Tonight I added chopped mango to mine and ate it like a salad – heavenly!

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  69. Family favorite. I add avocado to the finished product. Also I cook the chicken in the pressure cooker with broth, thyme, apple cider vinegar, and gochujang sauce.

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  70. This is amazing! Only thing I changed was the omission of red pepper flakes… because kids! My husband definitely threw them in his wrap though!

    Everybody agreed this needed to be on a regular rotation… that is UNHEARD OF… with the exception of pizza and hotdogs!

    Thank you so much!!!

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  71. These wraps were really delicious! My family, including my somewhat picky 14 year-old son, loved them! They were quick and easy to make, and I will definitely make them again.

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  72. Super duper yummy! I served it as we had friends over for lunch and everyone complimented the recipe. I followed the recipe exactly. The only change I made was to only add half of the peanut sauce to the slaw mix and then to serve the rest on the side so that people could choose their own level of sauciness. Of course everyone added extra as they ate. Will definitely make again!

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  73. Thai peanut sauce is one of my favorites. I’m so glad now I have the perfect recipe to make myself. It’s delicious!

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  74. I don’t see the store bought peanut sauce name?

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    1. I did not use a store bought sauce, the recipe includes the sauce recipe.

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  75. So good!!! I have made them 3 times this week. Super easy and delicious. I love have a batch in the fridge so that I can easily put one together quickly. My husband loves them too! Bonus!

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  76. Slightly confused. You make the peanut sauce and then pour it over the filling. Are we saving some aside for dipping?

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    1. You use the peanut sauce for the filling and you can dip the wraps with anything leftover, but you don’t have to.

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  77. This dish was fantastic! I prepared the peanut sauce. The only alteration I made was to substitute broccoli slaw for the cabbage and carrots. It tastes exactly like a restaurant wrap. I’ll cook it again! in Pressure Cooker

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  78. I loved this recipe even though I accidentally left out both the ginger and the cilantro. It’s crunchy with the tangy peanut sauce…so good and gets even better the next day. I used shredded chicken I had left from another recipe.

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  79. I’m making this in advance for dinner tonight and I just tried the sauce, it’s UNREAL! I can’t wait for dinner tonight, I’m going to be thinking about this peanut sauce for two hours while my daughters in gymnastics. Thank you for a bomb addition to our recipe box!

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  80. Our entire family loves these delicious wraps! Thank you!

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  81. What size tortilla did you use? I am just trying to see how many I need for a party.

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    1. We used large sized tortillas.

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  82. My new favorite recipe. The sauce is so delicious!

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  83. I just made this tonight. If I had to sum this up in one word it would be WOW ! Even my picky eaters loved it. I followed the recipe exactly, and did not substitute anything. I may add some more veggies next time, but that’s it. The sauce has a wonderful taste.

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    1. Make sure you double the sauce because it’s amazing! I added soft chowmein noodles too!

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  84. Could you use rotisserie chicken for this recipe?

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    1. You definitely could!

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  85. This recipe is amazing! I loved it as a wrap, but I loved eating it as a salad, in a bowl, even more! I added mandarin oranges and cucumber too. I imagine I will be making large, numerous batches of this peanut sauce just to keep on hand! Thank you Melissa!

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  86. This is one of my go to recipes, I love it so much! I’m curious, how much of the calorie count includes the tortilla? I’m trying them out with a low calorie/carb tortilla and wanted to get an idea of the calories. Thanks!

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    1. If I remove the wraps from the formula, the total calories go down by 62 per serving. Hopefully that is helpful!

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  87. The sauce was really good but I needed more chicken. I will make again. I didn’t measure anything so had to keep tweaking the ingredients to make it not just taste like straight peanut butter lol. And o made it really spicy. Overall really good

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  88. One of my family’s favorite recipes. Easy dinner and delicious!

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  89. My whole family loves this recipe!

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  90. Loved this recipe! I had non veggie eaters loving it too. Second time I made this dressing I used PB 2 in place of the peanut butter and it was just as amazing as using regular peanut butter. Can’t recommend enough! I even ate mine like a salad instead of wrapped in a tortilla. So delicious. Thank you!

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  91. I’m going to try this. But I’m going to use low carb tortillas instead.

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  92. Our whole family loved these. 🙂

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  93. this is heavenly. love this. i used rotisserie chicken since i was short on time, but it came out perfect and the sauce was amazing.
    definitely keeping this on rotation

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  94. Absolutely delicious. I used hot honey as that was what I had on hand and the dressing was still not too spicy. This will be added to my “Keepers” collection for sure!

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  95. Love this recipe! Tried it for lunch today and it was just perfect! Thank you for the yummy sauce.

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  96. Just made this for dinner. The peanut sauce is good, and makes more than you need for this recipe. I added more slaw mix to help balance it out. I used a Salad Kit, as it had most of the items needed, added the shredded carrots, onion too.

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  97. This was amazing!! I made the dressing from scratch. I put extra red pepper flakes so it would be extra spicy! Also I didn’t have peanuts so I used pistachios! Turned out delicious!!

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  98. Would this work with the organic peanut butter that is more runny? The other kind makes my stomach angry. Ty!

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    1. Yes. We use that kind of peanut butter all the time!

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